Brooke’s Point town’s Ipilan National High School has been awarded with the Hall of Fame in the recent awarding of this year’s Brigada Eskwela facilitated by the Department of Education (DepEd).
The awarding took place Thursday, November 28, in the Philippine International Covention Center (PICC), Pasay City.
DepEd, on the other hand, also awarded an estimated 200 primary and secondary schools around the country who were deliberately put into screenings and major requisites before being qualified as contenders.
INHS was reocgnized as a Hall of Fame awardee for this year in the secondary medium level, having been a consistent awardee of Brigada Eskwela since 2016.
This also means that INHS field the most number of awards during the MIMAROPA region Brigada Eskwela Schools awarding.
Brigada Eskwela is an annual program initiated by DepEd in assistance and support to adhere a secure, strategic and well-prepared learning facilities around the country in order to teach the academe, stakeholders, and the community to espouse the spirit of volunteerism for the betterment of the students.
Based on the guidelines published by DepEd, Brigada Eskwela 2019 focuses in school maintenance activities throughout the school year, school and community effort to improve participation and reduce dropout rate or to enroll in the alternative delivery mode, and school and community effort to improve student and community learning, which INHS fortunately passed.
INHS, with the help of the local government unit of Brooke’s Point through Mayor Atty. Mary Jean Feliciano, provided innovative and community-led efforts to improve student participation and performance in community-based programs inclined to generate support to make school classrooms, equipment and facilities for young learners.